Arrests increase with tips to Crime Stoppers

WACO -- Despite or because of the rise in crime in Waco, Crime Stoppers is making record arrest numbers. In the first 6 months of 2011, they've arrested more criminals than they normally do in an entire year.

Temple police warn people of false alarm fees

TEMPLE -- Temple police are reminding people to make sure to get a permit for your home or business alarm system. A law requires owners of alarm systems to have a permit to cut back on false alarms.

Burglar steals property equipment by boat

WACO -- Rudy Garcia never expected a burglary like this to happen on his secluded property off of the Brazos River.

I-35 access road near Loop 340 closed Saturday

Saturday morning, June 25th, 2011, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will close the southbound I-35 access road at South Loop 340/Hwy 6 completely (all lanes), between 3 am and 7 am.

Bryan police need your help finding missing child

On June 21st between 12:00 and 1:00 pm Katlin Coleman left her home in North Bryan without permission and provided no information to family members as to  where she was going.

Cefco convenient store robbed in Robinson

ROBINSON -- A convenience store in Robinson was robbed around 3 a.m. Friday morning. Police say a white male walked into the store with a weapon and demanded money.

Car chase turns fatal

Shortly before midnight Thursday, Waco police began a car chase that ended in a fatal wreck.

Former little league coach indicted on 21 new counts

WACO -- 60-year-old Larry Mammen now has a total of 31 counts of sexual abuse against children. The new indictment's are for three of the seven victims Mammen is accused of having inappropriate contact with.

Keeping your dog cool in the summer

WACO -- As the summer heats up, so do your dogs. Chris Boen, employee at Fuzzy Friends Animal Shelter, said to always keep your animals cool in the summer.

Central Texas camp helps children who have Muscular Dystrophy

MERIDIAN -- Muscular Dystrophy is a disease affecting one in every 3,500 people in the U.S., and right here in Central Texas there's a camp for children and teens dealing with the disease.